Charlie Brennan – Thursday, January 16th – Throwback Thursdays with Bob Heil on Peter Frampton’s “Comes Alive!”; St. Louis Version of “Forrest Gump”, Anthony Lambing; CBS’ Steve Futterman on Oscar Nominations; Dan Viets and Dr. Mitchell Rosenthal on Legalizing Marijuana; and Vali Nasr on His Book, The Dispensable Nation
It’s Throwback Thursdays, and Charlie and Debbie talk with Peter Frampton Sound Engineer Bob Heil about the anniversary of Frampton “Comes Alive!” album.
Charlie and Debbie talk with modern-day “Forrest Gump” Anthony Lambing, who walked across America.
Steve Futterman, CBS News Correspondent, on the Oscar nominations.
Dan Viets, Chair of Show-Me Cannabis Regulation, discusses his initiatives on production, sale, distribution and consumption of marijuana in the State of Missouri.
Dr. Mitchell Rosenthal, child psychiatrist, talks about his article, “Let’s Not Kid Ourselves About Marijuana”.
Former State Department advisor for Afghanistan and Pakistan and Bestselling Author VALI NASR talks about his book, The Dispensable Nation – how the Obama Administration missed its chance to improve U.S. relations in the Muslim world, Asia and beyond.